City of Asheville offices will be closed Monday, July 4 in celebration of Independence Day. Some City services will be impacted.
At its June 28 meeting Asheville City Council passed the City Managers recommended budget with a 6 to 1 vote. The $217 million budget is based on internal work, community input and Council priorities, and reflects the long term strategies and continuation of the reimagining public safety process.
Asheville City Council returns to Chamber
The City of Asheville is launching a pilot grant opportunity this summer that will fund programs that address the opportunity gap for school-aged youth. Through feedback from the Housing & Community Development Committee (HCD), community members, and Community & Economic Development Department staff, work is underway to refine the scope of the Strategic Partnership Fund (SPF) [...]
The City of Asheville offices will be closed in observance of Memorial Day, May 30, a federally designated holiday that honors military personnel who have died in the performance of their military duties while serving in the United States Armed Forces. Here is a roundup of other City services affected by this holiday, as well as [...]
It’s an icon of the last century, City Hall’s last manual elevator. One of the last of its kind in North Carolina, the City honored Asheville’s past throughout the restoration, undertaking the task of making the bank of three elevator cabs safe, modernized, and ready to face the next century. Caretakers of our community’s past Asheville City Hall [...]
Asheville City Council will continue meeting in person at 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 24, 2022 at Harrah’s Cherokee Center – Asheville Banquet Hall, 87 Haywood Street. The Council meeting agenda is posted at this link. Pursuant to North Carolina General Statute § 143-318.10 this will be an in-person meeting which the public can access [...]
Following months of internal staff work and a series of budget work sessions, the City of Asheville will present the Manager’s proposed budget to City Council at its regularly scheduled May 24 meeting. PROCESS Throughout the development process, which included discussions of available resources, council priorities and departmental information, staff kept these guiding principles [...]
At its May 10, 2022 meeting, Asheville City Council adopted a resolution authorizing the City to execute the agreements for the fulfillment of the American Rescue Plan Act funding recommendations. These funds, in the amount of $11,723,257, come solely from ARPA funding. City Council voted unanimously to authorize City Manager, Debra Campbell, to disperse America Rescue Plan [...]
The Asheville City Council will consider entering into an agreement with North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) that supports the Department’s vision for the future of sections of Merrimon Avenue. The multi-modal alternative was developed through a collaborative partnership between the City of Asheville and NCDOT, and began with a request from the City to study [...]
Asheville City Council will continue meeting in person at 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 10, 2022 at Harrah’s Cherokee Center - Asheville Banquet Hall, 87 Haywood Street.
City of Asheville fosters development of an APP to help first responders and our community Identifying a need SAFE PLUS MORE is an APP to respond to the mental health needs of our first responders, men and women who face incredible odds, intense job pressure and psychological stressors on a daily basis as part of their career. Those [...]
Each year, at their annual retreat, Asheville City Council identifies priorities for the upcoming fiscal year. These priorities are used not only to shape the budget for the next fiscal year, but to provide direction throughout the year to staff designing work plans aligned with those priorities. As the City of Asheville holds [...]
Asheville City Council will continue meeting in person at 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 26, 2022 at Harrah’s Cherokee Center – Asheville Banquet Hall, 87 Haywood Street.
The City of Asheville welcomes applicants for current openings on several Boards & Commissions.
Asheville City government offices will be closed April 15 for spring break.
Asheville City Council will continue meeting in person at 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 12, 2022 at Harrah’s Cherokee Center – Asheville Banquet Hall, 87 Haywood Street.